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An Introduction To Digital Marketing
Digital Marketing Overview Digital refers to a number of different channels, all used to uniquely engage audiences and tackle various goals of the conversion funnel. The channels include display, search,...

Naveen Rana | 15 Jun

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SEO As A Career In India & Opportunity
There are many living proofs that SEO is a viable career in India. Being in SEO industry from last 14 years I have seen growth & changes in Industry. SEO as a profession is on huge growth and reorganization...

Anil Singh | 27 May

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Foundation for Social Media, Content Marketing, and Mobile Marketing Foundations
Foundation for Social Media, Content Marketing, and Mobile Marketing Foundations Social media is about people connecting with each other and sharing content. It represents a huge opportunity for...

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Neha Gupta | 19 Jun

anyone who wants to get into this field - students, traditional marketing professionals, hr professionals etc. Business owners who want to advertise their business. Freelancers who want to work at own pace. Digiter marketer who wants to enhance skills.

Rohit Srivastava | 2 days ago

Well, these days Digital Marketing process is a major requirement for any company due to increasing usage of online platforms. Digital Marketing Training is for those who wants to kick-start their career. Some of the categories for whom it is most useful are: 1. Sales Professionals 2. Marketing Professionals 3. Entrepreneurs 4. Bloggers 5. Job Seekers 6. Students

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Kumar Babu | 20 Jun

SEO, SMO, SMM, SEM, PPC, Ad Words, You Tube Marketing, Email Marketing,DIgital Marketing Certification in face Book,Google Adwords,Google Analytics.

Rohit Srivastava | 2 days ago

When it comes to Digital Marketing, I believe some people are looking for practical knowledge and some are looking for certifications with knowledge. A perfect Digital Marketing training should include: 1. Search Engine Optimization (SEO) 2. Search Engine Marketing (SEM) 3. Social Media Marketing (SMM) 4. Email Marketing 5. Web Analytics 6. Mobile Marketing 7. Affiliate Marketing 8. YouTube Marketing 9. Lead Generation for Business 10. Content Marketing 11. Paid Search & Display Ads 12. Blog Marketing After Digital Marketing, anyone can get a good paying job and even if someone want to start his business, he can successfully do that.

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KP | 25 Apr

Online training digital marketing fees is Rs. 18k

Priyank Badjatya | 14 Jun

For the advanced digital marketing, I will charge 25K


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Kadiyam Kiran Kumar | 05 Apr

1) Focus on 12 long-tail keywords. Optimizing your blog posts for keywords is not about incorporating as many keywords into your posts as possible. Turns out that'll actually hurt your SEO because search engines will think you're keyword stuffing (i.e., including your keywords as much as possible with the sole purpose of gaining ranking in organic search). But that's not cool with search engines, nor does it make for a very good reader experience. Instead, you should use keywords in your content in a way that doesn't feel unnatural or forced. A good rule of thumb is to focus on one or two keywords per blog post. This'll help keep you focused on a goal for your post. While you can use more than one keyword in a single post, keep the focus of the post narrow enough to allow you to spend time actually optimizing for just one or two keywords. Using long-tail keywords may be more efficient to this end, since website visitors searching long-tail terms will often be more qualified. In other words, you'll bring in the right type of traffic -- visitors who convert -- by using long-tail keywords. How do you know which keywords to use? My colleague Rachel Sprung wrote this great blog post on how to do keyword research, which lays out a keyword research process you can follow to help come up with and narrow down a list of terms you should be targeting. 2) Include these 12 keywords in specific parts of your post. Now that you've got your one or two keywords, it's time to incorporate them into your blog post. Where are the best parts of your posts to include these terms so you rank high in search results? There are four essential places where you should try to include your keywords: headline, headers and body, URL, and meta description. a) Title The title (i.e., headline) of your blog post will be a search engine's and reader's first step in determining the relevancy of your content, so including a keyword here is vital. Be sure to include your keyword within the first 65 characters of your headline, which is just about where Google cuts it off on search engine results pages (SERPs). Technically, Google measures by pixel width, not character count, and it recently increased the pixel width for organic search results from approximately 500 pixels to approximately 600 pixels, which translates into around 65 characters. Long title? When you have a lengthy headline, it's a good idea to get your keyword in the beginning since it might be cut off in SERPs towards the end, which can take a toll on your post's perceived relevancy. In the example below, we had a long title that went over 65 characters, so we front-loaded it with the keyword we were trying to rank for: "on-page SEO." b) Headers & Body Mention your keyword at a normal cadence throughout the body of your post and in the headers. That means including your keywords in your copy, but only in a natural, reader-friendly way. Don't go overboard at the risk of being penalized for keyword stuffing. Before you start writing a new blog post, you'll probably think about how to incorporate your keywords into your post. That's a smart idea, but it shouldn't be your only focus, nor even your primary focus. Whenever you create content, your primary focus should be on what matters to your audience, not how many times you can include a keyword or keyword phrase in that content. Focus on being helpful and answering whatever question your customer might have asked to arrive on your post. Do that, and you'll usually find you naturally optimize for important keywords, anyway. c) URL Search engines also look to your URL to figure out what your post is about, and it's one of the first things it'll crawl on a page. You have a huge opportunity to optimize your URLs on every post you publish, as every post lives on its own unique URL -- so make sure you include your one to two keywords in it. In the example below, we created the URL using the long-tail keyword we were trying to rank for: "email marketing examples." d) Meta Description Later in this post, we'll dive into explaining meta descriptions. Your meta description is meant to give search engines and readers information about your blog post's content -- so be certain to use your long-tail term so Google and your audience are clear on your post's content. At the same time, keep in mind that the copy matters a great deal for click rates -- the more engaging, the better. 3) Make sure your blog is mobile-friendly. It's been over a year since Google revealed that more people use the search engine on their mobile phones than on desktop. And for all those valuable search queries being done on mobile, Google displays the mobile-friendly results first. This is yet another example of Google heavily favoring mobile-friendly websites, which has been true ever since the algorithm updates of April 2015 and March 2016. Notice how the mobile-friendly examples are listed first when I search for the best restaurants in Fort Myers on my phone. In fact, there are zero search results that aren't mobile-friendly on the first page of my search results. While responsive design and mobile-friendly websites have always been important for user experience, they're becoming more and more important for SEO as well. So if you haven't been focusing on improving your mobile experience, you'd better prioritize it now, or your search rankings could suffer. If your website uses responsive design, your blog pages will only have one URL instead of two different ones -- for desktop and mobile, respectively. This helps your post's SEO because any inbound links that come back to your site won't be divided between the separate URLs. Any SEO power you gain from these links will be centralized, helping Google more easily recognize your post's value and rank it accordingly. Pro tip: What search engines value is constantly changing. Be sure you're keeping on top of these changes by subscribing to Google's official blog. 4) Optimize the meta description. To review, a meta description is the additional text that appears in SERPs that lets readers know what the link is about. The meta description gives searchers information they need to determine whether or not your content is what they're looking for, and ultimately helps them decide if they'll click or not. In addition to being reader-friendly (compelling and relevant), your meta description should include the long-tail keyword you are trying to rank for, because if we're doing blogging right, that keyword is representative of the contents of your post. Let me show you what I mean. Below is an example of two different search queries delivering two different snippets of text on Google SERPs. The first is a result of the query "no index no follow," and pulls in the original meta description: The second is a result of the query "noindex nofollow," and pulls in the first instance of these specific keywords coming up in the body of the blog post: While there's not much you can do to influence what text gets pulled in, you should continue to optimize your post for readability (see above). By creating reader-friendly content with natural keyword inclusion, you'll make it easier for Google to prove your post's relevancy in SERPs for you. 5) Optimize your images. Blog posts shouldn't only contain text -- you should also include images that help explain your content. But search engines don't just look for images. Rather, they look for images with alt text. Because search engines can't "see" images the same way humans can, an image's alt text tells them what an image is about -- which ultimately helps those images be found in search. Alt text also makes for a better user experience, as it'll display inside the image container when an image can't be found or displayed, and can also improve accessibility for people with poor vision who are using screen readers. 6) Don't use too many similar topic tags. Topic tags can help organize your blog content, but if you overuse them, they can actually be harmful. If you have too many similar tags, you may get penalized by search engines for having duplicate content. Think of it this way: When you create a topic tag, you also create a new site page where the content from those topic tags will appear. If you use too many similar tags for the same content, it then appears to search engines as if you're showing the content multiple times throughout your website. For example, topic tags like "blogging," "blog," and "blog posts" are too similar to one another to be used on the same post. If you're worried that your current blog posts have too many similar tags, take some time in the near future to clear them up. Choose about 15 to 25 topic tags that you think are important to your blog and that aren't too similar to each other, and then only tag your posts with those keywords. That way, you won't have to worry about duplicate content. 7) Use URL structures that help your visitors. The URL structure of your web pages (which are different from the specific URLs of your posts) should make it easy for your visitors to understand the structure of your website and the content they're about to see. Search engines favor web page URLs that make it easier for them and website visitors to understand the content on the page. In this way, URL structure acts as a categorization system for readers, letting them know where they are on the website and how to access new site pages. Search engines appreciate this, as it makes it easier for them to identify exactly what information searchers will access on different parts of your blog or website. Get more best practices for URL structure from Moz here. 8) Link internally when possible. Inbound links to your content help show search engines the validity or relevancy of your content. The same goes for linking internally to other pages on your website. If you've written about a topic that's mentioned in your blog post on another blog post, ebook, or web page, it's a best practice to link to that page. You might've noticed that I've been doing that from time to time throughout this blog post when I think it's helpful for our readers. Not only will internal linking help keep visitors on your website, but it also surfaces your other relevant and authoritative pages to search engines. If you're looking for more internal links to add to your post but aren't sure which would be relevant, you can click "Explore some internal links you might use in this post" for a list of recommendations. 9) Use Google's Search Console. Google's free Search Console contains a section called the Search Analytics Report. This report helps you analyze clicks from Google Search, and it's useful to determine which keywords people are using to find your blog content. A lot of content marketers struggle with optimizing their blog posts for search. The truth is, your blog posts won't start ranking immediately. It takes time to build up search authority. But when you publish blog posts frequently and consistently optimize them for search while maintaining a reader-friendly experience, you'll reap the rewards in the form of traffic and leads long-term.

Saikat Nag | 07 Apr

Can you advice what are the basic optimization you have done? Share some of the details. For getting traffic let me know what is the topic of your blog and which field. Post getting details will share you the steps.


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Institute of Digital Skills | 13 Feb

It is a very ambiguous point indeed. Digital Marketing is such a huge & almost relevant term in today's world, there is no such stream which wouldn't connect to it. That said, I wouldn't just jump out of retail and take a leap into becoming a Digital marketer - after all Digital or not Marketing is Marketing and there are certain skills required to win there.

Debojit Kundu | 14 Feb

As per my view "PCTI" replied best answer among before five answers. Utilize your 8 years experience and implement Digital Marketing into Retail profession. So simply learn Digital marketing and improve your career.

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